Nokia E75 specs

Niall Magennis

By Niall Magennis


Quick Glance
Operating System Symbian
Operating System Symbian
Weight 4.90 oz
Available Colours Red
Talk Time 5 Hour 12 Minute
Standby Time 280 Hour
Internal Storage 50 MB


April 27, 2009, 6:44 am

Looks like the phone I have been waiting for to replace my Samsung F700.


April 27, 2009, 1:53 pm

Hi there, where are the camera screen shots? Will be very appreciated if you could show the quality of the front cam as well! :-)


April 27, 2009, 2:35 pm

Looks like a 'grown up' E71 which I own and love. It may be time to upgrade .....!!!!


April 27, 2009, 3:36 pm


As I understand it the front camera is only for use during video calls. It can't be used to take pics - not sure why. This is true on E71 anyway.

@Prem - I have the E71 as well and it's awesome. I don't really see what this handset has that would make me switch. I guess if you feel the keys on the E71 are too small - or you really want a 3.5mm jack, but otherwise you're just getting a fatter version of the same phone aren't you?

Now if they had ditched the number pad completely, and put in a hi-res full length screen, then I would have been interested!


April 27, 2009, 5:08 pm

With the N95 8GB, once in camera mode you can switch to the video calling camera under Options, use secondary camera - which then allows you to take photos with it although the lower resolution and quality are immediately evident on screen - have never used it for photos, just once or twice as an impromptu 'mirror' where nothing better has been available!


April 27, 2009, 7:04 pm

@ purephase

"Now if they had ditched the number pad completely, and put in a hi-res full length screen, then I would have been interested" - N97?!

This does look like a corker although it would be nice if the screen could tilt and I really would like a slightly bigger screen, say up to the headphone speaker and fully filling out the handset width wise.


April 27, 2009, 10:12 pm


Technological limit. Screen can't reach that size as to be directly 'next' to the headphone speaker. LCD screens need 'containers' and etc that take up space.

Still, at least this is an OS that can ACTUALLY multitask like... 16 years ago.


April 28, 2009, 10:24 pm

its just a shame the third party applications market is dwindling fast for this phones platform

Martin Daler

September 4, 2009, 5:41 pm

I guess you have to pay for the Nokia Maps service after the three month trial, but is there any reason for this phone not to run the excellent CoPilot 7? Does the GPS run only with aGPS assistance (i.e. needing a data connection), or does it also run as standalone, sim-free, vanilla GPS?

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